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Susan Allport’s The Queen of Fat... by Seth Roberts .. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 12:28am Susan Allport’s The Queen of Fats is the best introduction to omega-3 fatty acids and their importance that I know of. I learned a lot from it (and interviewed the author ). This is why its errors are interesting; they shed light on the big nutritional misconceptions of our time (as Weston Price, the subject of yesterday’s post , did in a di ... Read on »
I'm Melting! I'm Melting! by Chubby Chick Patient Expert Posted Wed 16 Dec 2009 12:00am Yay! I weighed in this morning, and I'm happy to report a 3.8 lb. loss since last Thursday! That means I'm back down to 334.0 lbs., which is the lowest weight I've reported since starting this blog almost 2.5 years ago. All together I'm down 66.8 lbs. since Feb. 2009. It feels good to be melting away! hehe It seems like I've been los ... Read on »
Melt Snow Melt by Side of Sneakers Posted Sat 13 Feb 2010 5:04am I woke up to this: MORE snow!! I reallly hope it melts so tomorrow’s race isn’t cancelled!!   Mmm creamy oats Amazing Grass generously sent me some samples to review and I dug in right away with the Amazing Meal- I was a little nervous to try it full forceso I started by adding a little to my oatmeal ... Read on »
I'm melting, melting! by Stacy .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 14 May 2010 10:31am Well both my doctors have urged me to go back on the patch. As much as I hated to do it, I broke down and put it back on. My throat feels like I'm swallowing knives and the Lortab elixir is no longer touching it. So I am back on the patch, still taking the Lortab elixir and added something called Magic Mouthwash. It is supposed to numb on contact ... Read on »
tUNA mELTS & a rANDOM fACT aBOUT mE by Kiley M. Posted Mon 14 Mar 2011 10:15pm Today’s Workout – 4 mile run (am) + 30 min walk (pm) ------------------------------------------------ Sometimes deciding what to eat for dinner is the worst thing I have to do all day. I hate it! Tonight my man & I spent at about 45 trying to decide what to eat. FINALLY we decided on these -    mmmm...TUNA MELTS! ... Read on »
I’m melting…MELTING!!!! by katrinaruns Posted Sat 30 Jul 2011 12:00am Yesterday, I knew I had an early morning today because I wanted to get my long run in early. The weather…stinks. Literally. Roadkill abounds. Dead grass smells funny. And sweat smells linger like some moldy sock shoved in a damp gym bag in the back of a closet. Mix that with orangutan armpit and that’s about what the air feels and smel ... Read on »
2010 Is Five-Alarm Tipping Point of Polar Ice Cap Melting Due to Global Warming by Corbett K. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Wed 01 Sep 2010 12:00pm It seems that everyone but global warming skeptics is gravely concerned about polar ice cap melting. I certainly am. For more than a decade, scientists have been warning about the cataclysm of melting ice, particularly polar ice cap melting. Indeed, just a few months ago, I reviewed the fabulous book, A World Without Ice, by Dr. Henry N. Po ... Read on »
Errors in The Queen of Fats by Seth Roberts .. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Tue 22 Jul 2008 8:12pm Susan Allport’sThe Queen of Fatsis the best introduction to omega-3 fatty acids and their importance that I know of. I learned a lot from it (andinterviewed the author). This is why its errors are interesting; they shed light on the big nutritional misconceptions of our time (as Weston Price, the subject ofyesterday’s post, did in a different way ... Read on »
This Week’s COPD Newsletter from COPD Support, Inc. by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Sat 22 Jan 2011 5:32pm Volume 11, Issue 3 January 21, 2011 Richard D. Martin, Editor A few of us forget the warnings to regularly change or disinfect our toothbrushes. Some of us remember only when we are getting over an infection. The last thing we COPDers need is another infection, and failure to maintain a sanitized toothbrush might lead ... Read on »
Heel Pain? Massage and Plantar Fascitis by Paul B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 10 Apr 2009 11:00pm Do you heels and the soles of your feet hurt when you first step on them when getting out of bed in the morning?  If so, you may have the most common form of heel pain, Plantar Fascitis. I should note before we start that none of this is intended to be a diagnosis of plantar fascitis, and if you are experiencing heel pain, you should have your ... Read on »